New York Times From He to She in First Grade Whose more afraid - you, or your child? One mother describes the love and worry that came with fully-supporting her child's transition.
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New York Times What Disability Means Personal stories shared about disability, identity, pride and perspective.
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about-moth A Mother's Journey Listen to Catherine's story as she navigates how to support her young daughter in her identity struggle.
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NYT A Conversation on Race Read multiple short stories about personal perspectives and experiences with race and identity in America.
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TED_light_200x200 Can Your Child’s Identity Shape Yours? by Andrew Solomon Listen to Andrew Soloman’s ideas about how one can find profound meaning in differences and how they can shape one’s identity. “As long as you experience your condition as an illness, it’s your prison. Once you experience it as an identity it’s the source of your freedom.”
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